2.54 commercial acres in Bieber, CA (2 adjoining lots!)

Commercial acreage for sale by owner, held in two separate but adjacent parcels.  Frontage off Highway 299 and a side street, the property is fenced and has a canal at the back making for a nice location to build a variety of businesses.  Or, keep one lot and sell the other, lot line adjustments and/or mergers are allowable by Lassen County.

$45K, owner financing available with $2500 down payment.  Monthly payments of $336.09 for 15 years at 5%.  Other options available, let me know what works for you.

Excellent site for a combination dwelling and commercial venture along the busy US 299 corridor.  Most utilities are present on site, surface water may be available for irrigation, buyer to verify.

New buyers OK, no credit OK, anyone who can make the monthly payment qualifies.   Consider starting a new business, building a home, or both.  Complete C-T zoning spelled towards the bottom of this page.

Close to the Big Valley Market for supplies and decent fishing along the Pit River within walking distance.

Below photo shows the fenced property looking from Highway 299.  To the right is a neighboring house, power lines and other neighbors in the distance past the canal.

Similar highway view, the two lots are adjoined.  With two lots you can keep them as is, or rent/sell one off as they are both legal parcels.  I looked into doing a lot line adjustment because there is a small one and a large one, creating two medium sized parcels is a possibility and may be as easy as filling out the required paperwork.

Fence in the gate off the 299.

Towards the middle of the parcel, along neighbor's fence line.

Another view from hwy 299.

Canal at back of the property, Babcock Ditch.  I like the ditch as a water feature but it is unknown at this time if rights to it are conveyed with this property.  It was thought to have had them in the past, and the deed does not show if they've been severed.  The property is commercial but does allow for agricultural uses as well.

Ditch looking upstream towards the Pit River.

Standing on property looking across canal.

Another paved access point to property.

Property is fenced with neighbors on each side.

Some abandoned industrial buildings nearby as well.

Basically right in the middle of the property.

Same spot different view.

Map of highway 299, this is a rural part of CA but a restaurant, lodge, post office, bar, and market all within walking distance and in town limits.

Larger lot, 2.4 acres.

Smaller lot, .14 acres.  Combined = 2.54 acres!  Should be noted too that both properties are surveyed with those surveys on file with Lassen County.  Surveys are important when it comes time to pull building permits, to get both lots surveyed today would cost towards $5-$6K.

Zoned C-T (Commercial Town Center)

Uses allowed by right in a C-T district shall be as follows:

    (1)  Retail stores and shops of a light commercial character and conducted within a building, including, but not limited to, appliance stores, banks, barbershops, bars, taverns and brewpubs, beauty parlors, bookstores, self-service laundromats, laundry or dry cleaning services, dress shops, drugstores, food stores, furniture shops, hardware stores, millinery shops, mini-storage warehouses, professional offices, pet shops, radio sales, restaurants, refreshment stands, shoe shops, storage garages, studios, and tailor shops, and other uses which are of similar character to those enumerated and which will not be detrimental or obnoxious to the neighborhood in which they are to be located;

    (2)  Repair shops;

    (3)  Car washes;

    (4)  Feed stores and agricultural product sales;

    (5)  One single-family dwelling, including one noncommercial guest house;

    (6)  Ceramics, fly-tying, gunsmiths and other handcrafts of a light manufacturing character when used in conjunction with a retail business and when conducted and confined within a building;

    (7)  Retail or wholesale nursery and florists, including landscaping yards when accessory to a nursery operation;

    (8)  Shopping centers;

    (9)  Agricultural uses, but not including commercial hog, poultry or fish farms, stockyards or feedlots;

    (10)   Mini-storage warehouses;

    (11)   Heavy equipment and farm equipment rental, service and sales;

    (12) Kennels, provided the parcel is five acres or more in size;

    (13)   Automobile sales;

    (14)   Day care facilities and other employment center services;

    (15)   Emergency shelters;

    (16)   Transitional housing;

    (17)   Supportive housing. (Ord. 2014-002 § 3; Ord. 467-AC § 14, 2003; Ord. 467-W § 2, 1998; Ord. 467-V § 11, 1998; Ord. 467-Q § 9, 1994; Ord. 467-G § 6, 1990; Ord. 467 § 54, 1984).


Uses allowed by use permit in a C-T district shall be as follows:

    (1)  Community festival or fair facilities;

    (2)  Flea market or open air retail sales;

    (3)  Recreational vehicle parks;

    (4)  Multiple-family dwellings;

    (5)  Kennels, (if the parcel is less than five acres in size) and animal hospitals, provided all activities are conducted and confined within an enclosed building;

    (6)  Libraries, churches, schools, lodges, community centers, clinics, and other public services facilities;

    (7)  Motel or hotel;

    (8)  Theaters and auditoriums;

    (9)  Public utility installations;

    (10)   Public and private recreational facilities, including, but not limited to, golf courses, bowling alleys, racquetball clubs and roller rinks;

    (11)   Retail lumber and building materials sales yards;

    (12)   Welding shops and body shops;

    (13)   Commercial storage yard;

    (14)   Commercial woodlots;

    (15)   Mobile home parks;

    (16)   Contractors yards;

    (17)   Automobile service stations and towing services, provided that all operations except the servicing with petroleum products, air and water be conducted and confined within an enclosed building. (Ord. 467-W § 3, 1998; Ord. 467-V § 12, 1998; Ord. 467-Q § 10, 1994; Ord. 467-G § 6, 1990; Ord. 467 § 54, 1984).

Nice little open space next to the Big Valley Market, watched some river otters swim by and crunch loudly on fish bones.

Highway 299 bridge over Pit River.

Prefer payments but always open to cash offers as well!  If you are interested please let me know because I am ready to move both parcels and will work with any serious buyer.

Happy Trails!

Seven6zero-709-0293

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